OUt of requency in linux

Posted on 2007-08-10
Last Modified: 2013-12-16

I have linux ent 3 server with DNS service on that.  AFter power failure it is not booting and it says " out of frequency " .

what could be the porblme is it HARDWARE problem ?


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    Is the linux start loading, or it's bios message?
    Looks bios to me. Enter the bios, then load default values, then modify if You need. Save, and reboot.
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    If you have an LCD monitor connected to the server, it might be telling you that the video signal supplied to it is out of frequency range supported by the monitor. Try hooking up a CRT or a different monitor to the server and booting it up. It does look like a hardware problem to me.

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